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ASP.NET DeleteImageURL in GridView

Posted on 2010-08-24
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I created a GridView in VS2008 and enabled deleting.  I set enable deleting (delete functionality works fine), chose the button type as image and copied the png image to the AppData folder where I browsed to and selected on the DeleteImageURL property.  The image shows fine in design view but when running debug in IE the image doesnt load -  any ideas anyone?
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Ok, have sorted it - for some reason this was occuring when browsing to my images inside the App_Data folder.  I have set to the previous directory and the images are now appearing.
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